The international PublisHer professional network of ‘bookwomen’ rolls out its #Unmasked series of video interviews with women in publishing.
Since the COVID-19 onset, Michiel Kolman says, Elsevier’s workforce has found a new sense for its work’s importance–and for belonging.
The trade union for writers calls on the British government to pressure the Lukashenko regime on behalf of the Union of Belarus Writers.
Richard Charkin looks ahead to what kinds of nonfiction trends we may see once the coronavirus is better contained.
Titles in our latest Rights Roundup are by authors based in Sweden, Canada, the UAE, Iceland, the UK, Ecuador, and China’s Sichuan province.
Hoping to ‘not just voice outrage,’ but also to ‘provide research and data,’ the oldest publisher offers expert writings in ‘Race and Power.’
A book written in a child’s voice wins the 2020 International Booker Prize, its author from a devoutly religious Dutch farming family.
The publication of Brian Stelter’s examination of Donald Trump and Fox News opens a new season of election-season titles.
After ‘almost a full semester’ of virtual classes, vacationing school students in China turned to recommended reading lists in July.
The unrest in Belarus has alarmed humanitarian activists and the European authors’ association, as political pressure mounts in Minsk.